MAKING PROTEIN FOR OUR MUSCLE CELLS...........FROM MESSENGER RNA TO TRANSFER-RNA
OUR CELLS, USE THE MESSENGER RNA,mRNA,
MADE IN THE NUCLEUS, TO CREATE,
ALL THE STRANDS OF PROTEIN.
THAT WE USE IN OUR BODYS.
MUSCLE STEM CELLS, THAT CREATE, MUSCLE CELL PROTEIN.
TENDON STEM CELLS, THAT CREATE, TENDON CELL PROTEIN
BONE STEM CELLS, THAT CREATE, BONE CELL PROTEIN.
ALL USE MESSENGER-RNA, TO HELP THEM GROW NEW CELLS.
<<<THESE ARE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE FOUR NUCLEIC ACIDS
IN MESSENGER RIBONUCLEIC ACID,
WHICH IS WRITTEN, MESSENGER RNA,M-RNA and mRNA
<<< THESE FOUR COLORED DISCS ARE THE SYMBOLS OF
 THE FOUR,THIN, PLATE-LIKE,PLATEFORM NUCLEIC ACIDS
 GUANINE, ADENINE, CYTOSINE, URACIL

THESE NUCLEIC ACIDS,
WHEN THEY ARE IN, MESSENGER-RNA
ARE JOINED TOGETHER, ONE BEHIND THE OTHER,
WITH THREE BANDS OF SIMPLE OXY-FOS-OXY FOSFATES.
ONE GENE SECTION OF MESSENGER-RNA
THE ORDER,OF THE PLATEFORM NUCLEIC ACIDS,
IN EACH GENE SECTION OF MESSENGER RNA,
IS DETERMINED BY THE ORDER OF,
THEIR COMPLEMENTARY, PLATEFORM NUCLEIC ACIDS,
IN THE GENE SECTIONS,OF THE DNA, IN OUR CHROMOSOMES,
AS SHOWN IN THE LESSON,.HOW DO MUSCLES GROW
A MESSENGER RNA ENTERS A RIBOSOME
OUR CELLS,
USE A ROUND,BEAD LIKE ORGANELE, CALLED A RIBOSOME,
TO CREATE, THE PROTEIN FIBRES, THAT WE USE IN OUR BODY.
THE LONG RODS OF MESSENGER-RNA,
ENTER INTO THE RIBOSOME,
THRU A SMALL, ROUND ACCESS PORTAL,
THAT KEEPS, ALL OTHER COMPOUNDS, FROM ENTERING.
WHILE THE RIBOSOME, IS MAKING OUR PROTEIN FIBRES.
A STRAND OF SIMPLE PROTEIN,
ONE GENE SECTION LONG,
MADE OF PLATEFORM, STAR-AZINES.
WITH CENTRAL CORES OF NITRON (nitrogen)
WE LEARNED IN, WHAT IS PROTEIN?
THAT, OUR STRANDS OF PROTEIN,
ARE MADE OF PLATEFORM MOLECULES ,
THAT HAVE A CORE MADE OF NITRON ATOMS,
SIMILAR TO THE CORES OF OUR NUCLEIC ACIDS,
AND 12 ALKANE ESTERS, AROUND EACH OF THEM,
THAT CAUSED THEM TO BE CALLED, STAR AZINES   
BY EINSTEIN, BECAUSE AZINE = NITRON CONTAINING.
    A TRIPLET CODON -TRANFER RNA  (  T-RNA & t-RNA )
    WHICH,IS MADE OF 3 NUCLEIC ACIDS, IS SHOWN,
    CARRYING THE STAR-AZINE,ARGININE TO,
    A RIBOSOME, FOR USE IN A STRAND OF PROTEIN
EACH OF THESE STAR AZINES, IS CREATED IN OUR CELL'S
ROUGH SURFACED, ENDOPLASMIC RECTICULUM and,
THEN, ARE CARRIED TO OUR CELL'S RIBOSOMES,
BY GROUPS OF THREE NUCLEIC ACIDS,
THE 3 NUCLEIC ACIDS ARE CALLED
TRANSFER-RNA, TRIPLET-CODONS,
BECAUSE,
THEY ARE MADE OF THREE NUCLEIC ACIDS,
AND BECAUSE, EACH DIFFERENT GROUP
OF THREE NUCLEIC ACIDS, ATTRACTS AND,
"TRANSFERS" A DIFFERENT, STAR-AZINE,
PROTEIN STRAND, COMPONENT.
HOW OUR RIBOSOMES....MAKE THE TRIPLET CODONS FOR THE TRANSFER-RNA

1

 AS SOON AS THE MESSENGER RNA ENTERS THE RIBOSOME
 IT POSITIONS, ITS FIRST THREE PLATEFORM NUCLEIC ACIDS,
 IN THE MIDDLE OF THE RIBOSOME, DIRECTLY UNDER,
 THE TRIPLET CODON, NUCLEIC ACID SENSORS.
 THE SENSORS, SENSE, EACH OF THE FIRST THREE,
 NUCLEIC ACIDS, AND THEN SEND OUT A MESSAGE
 TO THE NEARBY ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM.
 TO SEND, TO THAT RIBOSOME,
 URACIL, ADENINE and CYTOSINE ( U-A-C )
 THE COMPLIMENTARY NUCLEIC ACIDS
 FOR THE FIRST, M-RNA,TRIPLET CODON.
 ADENINE, URACIL, GUANINE ( A-U-G )
THE RIBOSOME SENDS FOR THE FIRST T-RNA, TRIPLET CODON
 
2

  THE THREE NUCLEIC ACIDS,
  FOR THE FIRST, TRIPLET CODON, TRANSFER-RNA
  ARE CARRIED TO THE RIBOSOMES
  BY PAIRED FOSFATES MOLECULES,
  THE PAIRED FOSFATES, THEN DIVIDE,
  INTO THE MONO-FOSFATES, THAT THEN BIND,
  THE THREE NUCLEIC ACID MOLECULES,TOGETHER,
  INTO A,TRANSFER RNA, TRIPLET CODON MOLECULE.
  AS SOON AS,THE TRANSFER RNA MOLECULE IS MADE,
  IT GOES TO ONE OF THE NEARBY, AZINE CENTERS,
  IN THE ROUGH SURFACED, ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM,
  TO GET THE STAR AZINE,THAT THE TRIPLET CODON
  IS THE CODE FOR, IN THE GENETIC TRIPLET CODON CODE.



3

    THE TRANSFER RNA, BRINGS THE FIRST STAR AZINE,
    THAT IS TO BE USED, IN THE STRING OF PROTEIN,
    TO THE LONG GROOVED, LANDING DECK
    ON THE TOP OF THE RIBOSOME
    WHERE EACH,TRIPLET CODON -TRANSFER RNA,
    MUST PLACE, THE STAR AZINES
    THAT IT BRINGS,TO THE RIBOSOME.
     THE FIRST STAR AZINE, METHIONINE, IS THEN PLACED,
     DIRECTLY OVER,THE CENTER POINT,
     OF THE AZINE SENSOR.

5

    MESSENGER-RNA MOVES FURTHER,INTO THE RIBOSOME,
    AND PLACES THE NEXT TRIPLET CODON BELOW,
    THE THREE NUCLEIC ACID, NUCLEOTIDE SENSORS.
    THE NEXT, TRIPLE CODON, TRANSFER-RNA
    BRINGS ITS AZINE, INTO THE LANDING DOCK,
    WATER MOLECULES, FLOW OUT OF
    THE NEARBY HYDROLYZING PORTALS,
    AND PULL THE FIRST AZINE,METHIONINE,
    MORE TO THE LEFT,
6
    MESSENGER-RNA SHIFTS OVER
    TO ALLOW THE CODON SENSOR TO SENSE,
    THE NEXT THREE NUCLEIC ACIDS,
     A NEW TRANSFER RNA IS FORMED,
     AND WITHIN A MINUTES, THE NEW TRANSFER-RNA
     PLACES, THE STAR AZINE GLUTAMINE,
     IN THE LANDING DOCK,
     MORE WATER MOLECULES,
     FLOW OUT FROM THE HYDROLYZING PORTALS,
     TO BOND THE FIRST TWO AZINES TOGETHER,
     AND SOON, MORE WATER MOLECULES, WILL FLOW OUT
     FROM THE PORTALS,TO BOND THE NEW AZINE,
     GLUTAMINE, INTO THE GROWING STRAND OF PROTEIN.

        7

B
  8

 9...WHEN THE SECOND TRIPLET CODON OF THE M-RNA
BEGINS TO PROJECT OUT, FROM THE EXIT PORTAL,
OF THE BEAD-LIKE, RIBOSOME,
THE RIBOSOME, STARTS TO SECRETE, ESTULIN,
A HYDROLYZING AGENT, THAT DISSOLVES, THE BONDS,
OF THE FOSFATES,THAT HOLD TOGETHER, THE  M-RNA.
THE NUCLEIC ACIDS ARE RELEASED FROM THE M-RNA
AND FLOAT OFF, INTO THE CELL CYTOPLASM.
WHERE THEY REMAIN UNTIL THEY ARE TAKEN,
BY OTHER SPECIAL, ACCEPTOR-TRANSFER-RNA's
TO A ENDOPLASMIC,STRIATED SURFACE RETICULUM
AND STORED THERE, UNTIL THEY ARE NEEDED AGAIN.
10 IN EACH SMALL,SINGLE GENE, PROTEIN SECTION,
        THERE ARE 7 TO 14 AZINES and 1-2 LARGE AZOIDS,
         AT THE END OF THE PROTEIN SECTION.
WHEN THE TRANSFER-RNA, FOR AN AZOID,
MUST RETRIEVE THE AZOID,
IT HAS TO GO TO, THE ECTOPLASMIC END
OF A SMOOTH SURFACED ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM,
WHERE THE AZO-STEROID, AZOIDS ARE STORED,
THEN, IT MUST SEND A MESSAGE,
TO THE STORAGE CENTER, CYSTERNAE
AND ONLY, SEVERAL DAYS LATER,
IS THE AZO-STEROID RELEASED,
FROM THE SMOOTH SURFACED RETICULUM.
THEN, TWO OF THE SMALL TRANSFER-RIBOSOMES,
THAT DOT THE OUTER SURFACE OF THE RETICULUM,
CALLED, NUCLEO-TIDYL-TRANSFERASE RIBOSOMES,
ENCIRCLE THE AZOID and HELP THE TRANSFER-RNA  
TO TRANSPORT IT, TO THE RIBOSOME.
WHEN THEY ARRIVE,ABOVE THE RIBOSOME,
THEY RELEASE,THE TRANSFER RNA and THE AZOID,
WHICH SETTLE, SLOWLY, INTO THE LANDING DOCK.
AS SOON AS THE AZOID,IS IN THE LONG,LANDING DOCK,
THE AZOID,IS BONDED,WITH FLEXIBLE WATER BONDS,
TO THE PACKET OF AZINES, IN FRONT OF IT,
AT THE ANGLE NEEDED, BY THE PROTEIN,
WHERE IT IS TO BE USED, IN THAT CELL.

     
   CELL  GROWTH   and   CELL REPAIR    
  11 CELL GROWTH    
   WHEN THE FINAL STOP CODON, IN M-RNA,
   MOVES UNDER, THE TRIPLET CODON SENSORS,
   IF WE ARE GROWING, NEW MUSCLE TISSUE,
   THE ENTIRE STRAND OF PROTEIN,
   RISES ABOVE THE RIBOSOME,
   WHERE IT IS JOINED BY ONE OF OUR MOTOR NERVE
  ATTACHMENT AZINE - INITIATOR TRANSFERASES
   AND THE t-RNA,TERMINATOR TRANSFERASE.
   THE INITIATOR TRANSFERASE,THEN RECEIVES A SIGNAL
   FROM ONE OF THE PROTO-LYSOSOMES ,
   THAT GUIDE,PROTEIN FIBER GROWTH, IN OUR CELLS,
   AND TOGETHER WITH,THE TERMINATOR TRANSFERASE,
   IT GUIDES THE NEW SECTION OF PROTEIN,
   TO ITS PERMANENT LOCATION.
12 CELL REPAIR
WHEN THE FINAL STOP CODON, IN REPAIR M-RNA,
MOVES UNDER, THE TRIPLET CODON SENSORS.
A PAIR OF CUP-LIKE, ACYL-TRANSFERASE RIBOSOMES,
DETACH FROM A NEARBY,
SMOOTH SURFACED ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM,
AND MOVE TOWARD,THE PROTEIN MAKING RIBOSOME.
AS THE CUP-LIKE, ACYL TRANSFERASES,
LOCATE THEMSELVES, ABOVE THE RIBOSOME,
THE REPLACEMENT SECTION OF ACYL PROTEIN,
RISES FROM THE LOADING DOCK OF THE RIBOSOME,
TO BE ENCLOSED, BY THE AWAITING TRANSFERASES
AND CARRIED AWAY, TO THE SITE, WITHIN THE CELL,
OF THE DAMAGED NUCLEAR OR CELL MEMBRANE TISSUE,
AS WE SLEEP, WHERE IT WILL BE INSERTED,
EARLY THE NEXT MORNING, BEFORE WE AWAKEN.





 
 THE GENETIC - TRIPLET CODON - CODE a
THE KEY TO THE LOCATION OF THE AZINES and AZOIDS IN OUR STRANDS OF PROTEIN
THE FIRST
LETTER
THE SECOND LETTER
THE THIRD
LETTER
U
URACIL
C
CYTOSINE
A
ADENINE
G
GUANINE
U
URACIL
PHENYLINE
PHENYLINE
LEUCINE AZINE
LEUCINE AZINE
SERINE AZINE
SERINE AZINE
SERINE AZINE
SERINE AZINE
TYROSINE
TYROSINE
TERMINATOR
TERMINATOR
CYSTEINE AZINE
CYSTEINE AZINE
TERMINATOR
TRYPTONE
    U-URACIL
    C-CYTOSINE
    A-ADENINE
    G-GUANINE
C
CYTOSINE
LEUCINE AZINE
LEUCINE AZINE
LEUCINE AZINE
LEUCINE AZINE
PROLINE AZINE
PROLINE AZINE
PROLINE AZINE
PROLINE AZINE
HISTIDAL
HISTIDINE
GLUTAMINE AZINE
GLUTAMINE AZINE
ARGININE AZINE
ARGININE AZINE
ARGININE AZINE
ARGININE AZINE
    U-URACIL
    C-CYTOSINE
    A-ADENINE
    G-GUANINE
A
ADENINE
ISO'LEUCINE AZINE
ISO'LEUCINE AZINE
ISO'LEUCINE AZINE
METHIONINE AZINE
THREONINE AZINE
THREONINE AZINE
THREONINE AZINE
THREONINE AZINE
ASPARAGINE
ASPARAGINE
LYSINE AZINE
LYSINE AZINE
SERINE AZINE
SERINE AZINE
ARGININE AZINE
ARGININE AZINE
    U-URACIL
    C-CYTOSINE
    A-ADENINE
    G-GUANINE
G
GUANINE
VALINE AZINE
VALINE AZINE
VALINE AZINE
VALINE AZINE
ALANINE AZINE
ALANINE AZINE
ALANINE AZINE
ALANINE AZINE
ASPARTIC AZINE
ASPARTIC AZINE
GLUTAMINE AZINE
GLUTAMINE AZINE
GLYCINE AZINE
GLYCINE AZINE
GLYCINE AZINE
GLYCINE AZINE
    U-URACIL
    C-CYTOSINE
    A-ADENINE
    G-GUANINE

 TERMINATOR AZOIDS VARY ACCORDING TO THE TYPE OF TISSUE,THE PEPTIDE,IS HELPING TO MAKE,
BECAUSE, SOME MAKE,MORE ACIDIC PROTEIN and OTHERS MAKE OUR ALKALINE CELL'S PROTEINS.
 BRAIN PROTEIN PEPTIDES,LARGER THAN 12 PEPTONES START WITH METHIONINE & ASPARTIC AZINE
ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE ABOVE.....AZINES and AZOIDS IN OUR STRANDS OF PROTEIN
ALANINE
ARGININE
ASPARTIC AZINE
CYSTEINE
GLUTAZINE
GLUTAMIC AZINE
GLYCINE
ISOLEUCINE

LEUCINE
LYSINE
METHIONINE
PROLINE
SERINE
THREONINE
VALINE
THE ABOVE 15 ACIDIC,STAR-AZINE,PEPTONES,COMBINE TO MAKE,OUR STRANDS OF PROTEIN,POLY'PEPTIDES

ASPARAGINE
aspartic acid amide
PHENYLINE
phenyl-alanine
TRYPTONE
tryptophane
TYROSINE
tyrosine
HISTADOL
a-histidene
HISTADENE
b-histidene
HISTADAL
g-histidene
THESE AZO-AROMATICS~ AZOIDS,ARE THE INITIATOR and TERMINATOR PEPTONES,
THAT HELP,TO TRANSFER,LONG PEPTIDES,MADE OF 3-225 PEPTONES TO OUR CELLS.
THEY ALSO MAKE,THE BENDS IN THE GLOBIN,PROTEIN FIBRES,THAT ARE USED IN OUR,  
BLOOD HEMOGLOBIN, BRAINS, SKIN, HAIR, NERVES, BONES, LIGAMENTS and TENDONS.
     HISTADENES HELP MAKE,
     SOFTER CELL TISSUES.  
     EACH GENETIC GROUP,
     USES DIFFERENT ONES
   THERE ARE SEVERAL ISOMERS OF THE AMINO ACID HISTIDINE,THAT AE USED,  
   AS DIGESTIVE ENZYMES THAT HELP US DIGEST CARTILAGE AND COLLAGEN.
   THERE ARE ALSO SEVERAL FORMS OF THE PEPTONE,HISTADENES,
   THAT ARE USED,TO MAKE,DIFFERENT TYPES OF CELL TISSUE PROTEIN
HISTADOL:HYDROXY-METHYL ESTER HISTIDINE, IS AN ALCOHOL,
   THAT IS USED IN OUR SPLEEN and GALLBLADDER
HISTADENE:NITROSO-HISTADENE, IS USED IN OUR HAIR ROOTS
  IN OUR THIN,EYE LENS LIGAMENTS and IN OUR SPLEEN VENULES.
 HISTADAL:AZO-ALDEHYDE,HISTADENE,IS USED IN OUR ARTERIAL CAPILLARYS,
   VEIN VALVES,EYE RODS,ATRIO-VENTRICULAR,HEART PACEMAKER,THALAMUS,  
   SPLEEN WALLS and THE NUTRIENT SUPPLYING HEPATIC DUCT OF OUR LIVER.
  EACH OF THE HISTIDINES IS,
  ALSO USED IN DIFFERENT
  MEDICINES AND VACCINES,
  AS THE TRANSFER-ASES,
  THAT HELP THE MEDICINES,
  TO ENTER INTO,OUR CELLS,
  TO OVERCOME OR PREVENT,
  DEADLY VIRAL DISEASES.

TO YOUR BOOKMARK IN THE TEXT
 
THESE ARE OUR BRAIN, NERVE and IMMUNE SYSTEM STAR AZINES
and ESSENTIAL,INITIATOR TRANSFERASES,THAT PROTECT PEOPLE FROM ALZHEIMERS
AXONTINE
(sphingosine)

AXON
TERMINALS
CYSTINE
TAURINE
CREATINE
CREATININE
FORNIX
BRAIN STEM
BONE and HAIR
SPINAL CORD
BONE MARROW
MYELIN SHEATH
SPLEEN
THALAMUS
CEREBRUM
PANCREAS
CEREBELLUM
EYE GANGLION
NATURAL FOOD SOURCES
ALL 5 AZINES
BOILED
POTATOES
FRIED EGGS
APPLES
SCRAMBLED EGGS
VEAL CHOPS
BEET BOUP
FRUIT COCKTAIL
BEANS
BEET SOUP
WHITE ONIONS
ORANGE AIDE
YELLOW ONIONS
BEEF SMOKED-
 SAUSAGES
BANANAS
SMOKED FISH
MILK WITH 1% CREAM
ICE CREAM WITH NUTS  
PINK LEMONADE
VEGETABLE-
BEEF STEWS
CHOCOLATE-
CANDY BARS
         WE GROW BEST, IF WE EAT FOODS THAT CONTAIN, THESE FIVE BRAIN and NERVE PROTEIN TRANSFERASES,
         BECAUSE,THESE FIVE NEUTRAL,STAR AZINES, HELP US TO SENSE,THINK,MOVE,RESIST DISEASE and GROW
1. CYSTINE,  BECAUSE, OUR BRAIN CELLS NEED MORE THAN 45% CYSTINE,TO STIMULATE CELL GROW.
2. TAURINE, BECAUSE, OUR SPINAL CORD AND MYELIN SHEATH REQUIRE AT LEAST 45% TAURINE TO GROW
3. CREATINE, BECAUSE, MOTOR MOVEMENT IS GUIDED BY OUR THALAMUS AND CEREBRUM.
4. CREATININE, BECAUSE, OUR NERVE GANGLIA, MUST GROW AT THE SAME TIME, AS OUR MUSCLES GROW.
5. AXONTINE, BECAUSE, NERVE AXON, PROTEIN FIBRES, MUST GROW FIRST, BEFORE LIGAMENTS and MUSCLES


 TO YOUR BOOKMARK IN THE TEXT

By Dr.Fred Sanger, Dr.Rosalind Franklin, Dr.Tanya Rose, Dr.Hu Manly